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Valley resource mapping aims to help residents

Community potlucks celebrate first anniversary
It's been one year since the first Pine River Shares community potluck was held at the old gym on South Street. They have happened monthly since then, with summer events outside in Eagle Park. Potluck organizers and participants celebrated the one year anniversary on Oct. 25, back in the old gym.
Saturday's potluck featured chili, several varieties of cornbread, and lots of dessert offerings. There was lots of winter clothing plus some non-perishable food items and end-of-season garden veggies available for the taking. Pine River Shares and the kids' food backpack program are operated by volunteers through the Bayfield Family Center. For information call 884-4747.

Valley resource mapping aims to help residents

It's been one year since the first Pine River Shares community potluck was held at the old gym on South Street. They have happened monthly since then, with summer events outside in Eagle Park. Potluck organizers and participants celebrated the one year anniversary on Oct. 25, back in the old gym.
Saturday's potluck featured chili, several varieties of cornbread, and lots of dessert offerings. There was lots of winter clothing plus some non-perishable food items and end-of-season garden veggies available for the taking. Pine River Shares and the kids' food backpack program are operated by volunteers through the Bayfield Family Center. For information call 884-4747.
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